Blood Test Results

August 3, 2007

So I had my phone call appointment.

Turns out I have a few problems with my Liver. Some of the counts in the blood are double what they should be. Going to have another test in two months time, hopefully they will have sorted otherwise I may have to have a biopsy.

On a lighter note I completed my DVD collection of the original generation 1 Transformers today. Sad I know, but I’m reliving my childhood!

“Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow.”
– Oscar Wilde

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6 Days No Post?

December 28, 2006

Wow, first for me.

First off let me say, I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas.

Mine was good if uneventful. What did I get?
Shitloads of books the ones I wanted, some DVD’s and lots of beer lol. People dontknow me at all 😛

It catered for the low percentage materialism in me anyways.

I’ll be back on form in a few days blogging wise, I’m sure.


When the gods wish to punish us, they answer our prayers.

Oscar Wilde, An Ideal husband, 1893


Nothing To Do

December 22, 2006

So I have the house to myself and I’m bored. Just finished looking at some porn and doing other stuff 😉 Think I’m going to have a nap.

Christmas is coming up, I am looking forward to it in a weird way I guess, am more looking forward to New Years though. I love New Years eve, it’s an amazing time to spend with people. You can look back at the year gone by with all it’s ups and downs and look forward to the year to come with all it’s unknowns and what might bes. I guess its as close to anything as any of us will get to a fresh start. People think they can have fresh starts but its not true because we carry all the memories of our past with us, but at least on New Year’s eve we can put a full stop at the end of one year.

It’s more symbolic than anything, but us humans love all the symbolism and take any chance we get to use it to our emotional advantage.

Catch you all later.

‘Nowdays people know the price of everything, and the value of nothing.’

– Oscar Wilde


Loss

December 21, 2006

We all deal with it in different ways. Some people I know can cry and cry and cry, and anything that reminds them of the event and they can cry years after.

I’m different, I very rarely show my emotions. When I lose someone I dont cry. I don’t show anything at all. Everything is locked and swallowed deep, it goes so deep even I dont know where to find the emotions for certain events anymore. They will never surface when I dont expect them, I suppose they might as well never have happened. I don’t know if thats a good thing or a bad thing. I has its plus points I guess. For example all my energy goes into making the people around me feel better. When my sister died a few years ago my mum called me ‘Her Rock’ and said she couldnt have gotten through it without me. To be honest I can’t see any bad points to being the way I am. I’m sure there is, but until they come to light, carry on regardless.

‘We are all of us living in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.’

– Oscar Wilde


Ill! Ill! Sick! Sick!

December 16, 2006

Cant really blog much at the moment, Im too poorly. Cant seem to shake it and I am burning up as we speak.

Just didnt want any of you to think I had stopped, you arent that lucky.

Ill leave you with a few quotes.

No man can climb out beyond the limitations of his own character.
— John Morley

Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.
— Oscar Wilde

Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.
— Samuel Johnson